Explanations demanded for health service cyberattack
The health service detected the attack two weeks ago.
Mallorca Weather Forecast for January 19
You can keep up to date with the weather across the island here.
The King and Queen of Spain inaugurate Madrid Tourism Fair
President Armengol and tourism minister, Iago Negueruela, will present 'The tourism of the future: Strategy and policies for achieving the goals of sustainable development'.
Discover what ships are moored in the Balearic Ports right now
Discover what is moored up.
UK PM Johnson faces plot to trigger leadership challenge
Johnson will address parliament today after his Cabinet is expected to approve plans to end the recent restrictions imposed to tackle the spread of COVID-19 in England.
Spain's infection rate drops for first time in Omicron wave
Spain's coronavirus infection rate dropped for the first time in two and a half months.
More than 7,000 people have attended the Teatre Principal de Inca
The foundations have been laid to offer a varied program for all audiences, including guided tours.
Fire kills six at Spanish retirement home
The cause of the fire was being investigated by the fire department and police.
Potato farmers of Sa Pobla still on alert for the possibility of frost
So far the use of irrigation has prevented damage to the sown fields.
Another freezing cold night in Mallorca
The maximum in the Balearic Islands was 11.1 ºC in Capdepera.
Balearic business confidence - second greatest fall in the country
Omicron and inflation are the most obvious explanations.
WANTED IN SPAIN: have you seen these men?
“Many of these fugitives will be trying to blend in to the large British communities who have made their homes in Spain, and if you are resident, you may know one of them from your town or village...."
Husband of Spanish Princess photographed holding hands with another woman: magazine
"His wife now lives in Switzerland...."
Escorca wanting improved telecom for the mountains
When thousands of people go to the mountains, the telecom system is overloaded.
Electric scooter riders ordered off the pavement
"New laws come into force in March..."
Balearics coronavirus figures for Wednesday, January 19
Four more deaths reported; number of new cases almost identical to Tuesday.
Government sets out tourism model of the future
President Armengol - "Bold initiatives in committing to quality and occupational health."
Face masks not to be legally enforced anywhere, COVID passes not be mandatory and advice to work from home ends
"Many nations across Europe have endured further winter lockdowns... but this government took a different path."
Palma 2021 international air passengers 56% below 2019
Third for the whole year, Palma was ninth in December.
"You have sat there too long for the good you have done. In the name of God, go."
Leading rivals within the Conservative Party include Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, 41, and Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, 46.
What you need to know about the coronavirus right now
Britain was the first country to limit international travel.
"In the ICU we have quite a number of unvaccinated patients and young people in a critical condition".
"Vaccination is the safest tool we have to fight the pandemic."
Fines for sending a WhatsApp while driving soar in Mallorca
"This is a tremendous risk..."
Light at the end of the tunnel in Spain......
The rate as measured over the preceding 14 days fell to 3,286 cases per 100,000 people from Tuesday's 3,306 and Wednesday's record 3,397 cases,
Spain targets the EU
The Spanish Prime Minister has been calling for a shake up of how the EU operates.
Are you, or have you ever been a pushy parent?
Frank Leavers' views on some of the stories of the week.
The public broadcaster dilemma
In the Balearics, the regional broadcaster, IB3, has a budget - a Balearic government budget - of 33.4 million euros.
What's On Wednesday 19 January and Thursday 20 January
Don't miss these events taking place in Mallorca.
Sant Antoni celebrations at Mallorca International School
What a wonderful way to end the week on Friday with the Sant Antoni celebrations.
Nadal cruises past Hanfmann into Australian Open third round
The Spaniard is on course for a men's record 21st Grand Slam title.
“An estimated 25,000 people have said that they will not have the jab...”